Concrete Demolition in Hitchins, KY

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Prichard Septic Service

Grayson, KY

Prichard Septic Service is an expert in septic installation and maintenance servicing the tri-state area. Our fleet of equipment can also manage demolition projects of all sizes, including concrete removal. more


Light's Enterprises

Ashland, KY

Light's Enterprises is an excavating contractor servicing Boyd County, and beyond. Our team is highly adaptable and able to accomplish whatever you throw at us, from barn demolition to concrete removal.  more


Dirt Slingers Excavation

Grayson, KY

At Dirt Slingers Excavation, we give outstanding demolition services to our wonderful clients in the Grayson, KY area. Our laundry list of services includes concrete removal, pool removal, interior demolition, mobile home demolition, chimney removal, house and garage demolition, and... more

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Tips for Concrete Removal

What is the concrete removal process like?

Professional concrete removal contractors will have the right equipment to tackle your concrete removal project, allowing them to complete the job quickly and accurately. A Bobcat equipped with a pneumatic or hydraulic breaker attachment is the most common piece of heavy machinery used to remove concrete. Another common tool some pros use is a jackhammer. Typically, the contractor will also come prepared with a dumpster so they can keep the job site clean as they go. This creates even more of a streamlined process, which means less time and money for you. Make sure you confirm whether or not the demolition contractor will handle the debris disposal, too; because if they don't, you'll have to account for the cost to rent a dumpster, too.

What does concrete removal cost?

The national average cost to remove a concrete driveway is $1,000-$3,000, but the price can reach as high as $5,000 in certain situations. This cost includes breaking up the concrete, hauling away the concrete debris, and then leveling the area. Your particular location, the accessibility of the site, how much debris needs to be disposed, permit fees, etc. will all affect your concrete removal cost.